Six Ten

Six Ten

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The novel lives up to its name literally. 610 is a bus plying on one of the arteries of Delhi thoroughfare. One third of the happenings, if happenings at all, take place inside the bus. The protagonist has been commuting to his workplace by the bus for the last six years but nothing happens. One fateful morning a girl enters the bus to shake the whole bus, but more so the protagonist. Now, a tale of triple reincarnations unfolds. The female protagonist forces the male protagonist to recognise her true self i.e. she has come back to the world to meet him again in a different body. But of what use is all that when the male protagonist has attained a status when nobody and nothing means much to him. In short, everything is nothing. But can he control destiny and the incidents rolled out by destiny for the mortals. Strangely one day the bus disappears and turns into a spaceship. . .show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 100 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 5.84mm | 204.12g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507629893
  • 9781507629895

About Rishi Kumar Rudra

The author is a journalist. He attempted writing a novel when he was barely sixteen. The novel was published with the financial help of some well-meaning literature lovers, who saw merit in the boyish writer in Calcutta. The writer shifted to Bombay in the early sixties where his journalistic career began. He started working for a women's magazine Gori. Later he worked for several film magazines including Cine Advance, Films, Film Politics and Journal of the Film Industry. He was a columnist for the Journal and special correspondent of Cine Advance. He has also worked with Press Trust of India, Indian Express and The Free Press more